When you speak of Mumbai and nostalgia, the immediate thought that strike a foodie are the age-old, quaint yet resilient Parsi-Irani food joints especially the humble Irani cafes that dot the city. From the most loved bun muska to berry pulao to lagan nu custard, their offerings remain simple yet delicious.
An ode to this food culture of Mumbai is AD & Sabina Singh's SodaBottleOpenerWala (SBOW) Cafe in the bustling, commercial locality of Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai. With its quirky, nostalgic ambiance and Parsi-Irani food offerings that Mumbaikars relish, this joint is proving to be a crowd puller almost every day of the week.
With gluttony on our mind, we arrived at SBOW to indulge our taste buds and we indeed ended up ordering quite a bit.
Below is a glimpse of what we devoured:
If freshly baked croissants, delicious crepes, fresh salads and delectable sandwiches is what your taste buds fancy, then Suzette Creperie & Café is the place to be. Although this place started operations not very long ago in 2011, it has become one of the most recommended places for breakfast in the city of Mumbai.
With gluttony on my mind and a weakness for croissants, I walked into the Bandra outlet of this French café at about 10 a.m. It is a humble place nestled in one of the most popular and busiest localities, Pali Naka in Bandra (West). The moment we were seated, I got down to business and food kept flowing till we could eat no more.
Here’s a look at the yummy dishes we chomped on:
My taste buds crave yummy food everyday. So, in order to satiate them this time, I landed up at Cafe Infinito in BKC (Bandra Kurla Complex) locality of Mumbai. It was a delicious experience gorging on some of their Continental delights. A special mention for Murari Das, the man who patiently attended our table and recommended the prawn anti-pasti, that I thoroughly enjoyed.
Here are some of the dishes that I ended up ordering and relishing:
- Regional Indian Food & Travel enthusiast